This impressive holiday home is in a rural area, only a half hour drive towards the north of Berlin. The home is comfortably furnished and has ample space for a large group of family or friends who want to spend few days together. Make yourself comfortable on the terrace or enjoy a rainy day at the sauna in the hot tub. Those longing for action can enjoy a trip to the nearby 'Ruppiner Land' airfield. A small restaurant offers you good food while you watch planes and parachutists (or try a tandem jump yourself). Those who love shopping can try the nearby Neuruppin. Do not miss out the Berlin metropolis! Karwesee is a tiny village with medieval roots. The village recently benefited from a village renewal project, and looks beautiful now. The calm local Pauline was started on the erstwhile railway line. It is really fun to ride. Equally noteworthy is the partially wooden church from the 18th century. Karwese is located in the local village called Fehrbellin. After the famous battle in 1657 the place was dominated by the Swede’s Swedish Pomerania from Brandenburg. The Fehrbelliner celebrations held in June are in honour of this battle. Cultural attractions of the region like the Slavmedieval castle wall are found in Brunne. In Fehrbellin you can see traces of settlement from the Bronze Age and Iron Age. Langen is a medieval village, while Manker preserves remains of settlement from the Stone Age. Evidence of settlements from the Stone Age and the Slavic Middle Ages are found in Walchow. Check out the gate with the draw bridge in Lower Rhinstraße in Altfriesack, or the neo-Gothic Betzin village church or the rustic partially wooden houses that exude a special flair in ancient Hakenberg and Königshorst.